Year of birth: 1954
Marital status: Married, a daughter and a son
Disease treated: Alzheimer’s/Dementia
I was working as a teacher for more than 20 years before retiring. Was been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2006 at the age of 60. I have had Alzheimer’s for 12 years. Was taking Atricept and underwent drug study as well, which helped to a certain extent.
Gradually I was losing my ability to think clearly and remember simple things like names, dates and current information. Even recognizing my relatives was becoming hard. Life was becoming hard. Then one day my daughter Laura and my son Joseph found out about the stem cell treatment for Alzheimer’s.
I had my first course of stem cell therapy at the beginning of 2015. The procedure was safe and simple. I did not feel any discomfort or pain during and after the extraction of my bone marrow and adipose tissue. The facility was a high standard and the staffs were cordial and hospitable. All my doubts were answered with patience and clarity, which made me feel safe. I had my second shot of stem cells 7 months later.
After a few months, I can see the gradual improvement in my condition. My memory improved slightly. I have retained many skills like dressing, makeup, reading and writing with supervision. I help in small house chores like folding clothes and helping in preparing dinner. I believe that the stem cell has slowed the time frame of my deterioration. It has given more time to spend with my family.*